Discovered in 1842, the cyanotype process was first used to great effect by the botanist Anna Atkins in her study of British algae.
Today, despite digital photography having become ubiquitous, there’s a keen interest in these and other analogue processes. Elisabeth Scheder-Bieschin offers workshops in cyanotype-making to small or large groups, either independently or as part of gallery education programs.
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- Wallace Collection, London
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